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30.11.2011Nina Engwicht

New Doctoral Fellows at the IMPRS-SPCE in Fall 2011

Eight new doctoral students began their studies at the International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy in October 2011: Nina Engwicht comes to the institute from the University of Potsdam and is working on illegal markets; Felipe González, from Alberto Hurtado University in Santiago de Chile, is studying the consolidation of commercial firms and the expansion of the market for consumer credit and credit cards in Chile; Annette Hübschle-Finch, from the Institute for Security Studies in Cape Town, is examining organized crime and illegal markets in South Africa; Markus Lang, from the University of Bamberg, is working on the idea of intellectual property; Aldo Madariaga, from Central European University in Budapest, is researching institutional change and competitiveness in emerging and neoliberal political economies in Chile and Estonia; Isabella Reichert, from the Technical University of Munich, is investigating networks in creative industries; Marcin Serafin, from the University of Warsaw, is studying the structure of the taxi industry in Warsaw; Christian Tribowski, from the Ruhr University Bochum, is investigating international human trafficking; Solomon George Zori, from the University of Amsterdam, is working on the reform of financial accounting standards in developing countries. The IMPRS-SPCE is a joint international doctoral program offered by the MPIfG and the University of Cologne. There are currently 27 researchers enrolled in the program.
 

 
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